Too Much Tuscan Sun

It's only fair that we now hear a native Tuscan's side of the story.

Author: Dario Castagno

Publisher: Insiders' Guide

ISBN: 0762736704

Category: Humor

Page: 268

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A British-born Chianti tour guide shares his experiences with his mostly American clients as he explores the history and character of Tuscany's famous wine region.

Too Much Tuscan Sun

You've read the tourists on Tuscany, the lifestyle and the locals; now read the locals' side of the story as Dario, a Chianti tour guide, tells of his years guiding the hundreds of tourists who have stormed through his life and beloved ...

Author: Dario Castagno

Publisher: Bantam

ISBN: 1863255079

Category: Chianti (Italy)

Page: 268

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'"Dario, how come there are so many American restaurants in Italy?" drawled my American client.I began to explain to her that in the past few years, several fast-food chains had opened in the larger city centres, but I was interrupted by her husband. "No, Dario," he said, "my wife isn't referring to McDonald's, but to all the pizzerias we've seen. You Italians really seem to go for our pizza!"'Following the huge success of Frances Mayes' UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN, the foreigner in Tuscany has become a literary genre of its own. You've read the tourists on Tuscany, the lifestyle and the locals; now read the locals' side of the story as Dario, a Chianti tour guide, tells of his years guiding the hundreds of tourists who have stormed through his life and beloved homeland. From the vain, silly and ignorant, to the ambitious, the horny and the downright pathological, he has looked after them all. There's never a dull moment as the long-suffering Dario guides, cajoles and attempts to instil some of his beloved Tuscan food, wine and culture into his wayward clients.Interspersed with Dario's funny and occasionally hair-raising tales are details of his own experience of falling in love with the Tuscan countryside; its traditions, tumbledown farmhouses, delicious produce and thriving vineyards.By turns touching and hilarious, TOO MUCH TUSCAN SUN is a welcome antidote to all those gushing travel memoirs we know so well.Dario Castagno has guided small groups of visitors to his favourite spots around Tuscany for more than ten years. Perhaps his proudest accomplishment, however, is being a member of Siena's Caterpillar contrada, which won the famous Palio bareback horse race in 2003.

A Day in Tuscany

Readers who enjoyed "Too Much Tuscan Sun" will welcome this second book, which includes even more episodes from the authors life growing up as a "Chiantigiano.

Author: Dario Castagno

Publisher: Globe Pequot

ISBN: 0762744561

Category: Travel

Page: 228

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History and the present mingle in this account of the author's return to his home in Tuscany. This guide to the romance and culture of the region evokes not only childhood memories but also the people of the area, and the author's experiences as a tour guide in the legendary Chianti region.

Day in Tuscany

This second book from Dario Castagno is a delightfully honest mix of memoirs from life in the hills of Tuscany's legendary Chianti region.

Author: Dario Castagno

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 0762751622

Category: Travel

Page: 240

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This second book from Dario Castagno is a delightfully honest mix of memoirs from life in the hills of Tuscany's legendary Chianti region. Set on the day the author arrived home after a three-month tour of the United States promoting his first book, A Day in Tuscany compels readers to experience this enchanted corner of Italy through the heart and mind of a true Tuscan. As Castagno sees his beloved hills with fresh eyes and reacquaints himself with the rhythms of home, a flood of recollections of its people and places come to him. Through his engaging narrative, we are transported as well. The sights he sees and people he meets as he takes a one-mile walk through his village during the course of this noteworthy day trigger memories of his childhood and adolescence in Tuscany during the seventies, his experiences as a tour guide in Chianti, and some of the more remarkable people he has known. In addition to stories from his own past, included are oral histories from several village elders. History and the present mingle in this part of the world, and these stories bring both alive. Sometimes funny, often poignant, A Day in Tuscany weaves a magical spell and offers a candid insider's look at the people and culture of a fascinating land.

Too Much Tuscan Sun

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Author: Dario Castagno

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9780762751617

Category: Travel

Page: 288

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Over the past several years, "the American in Tuscany" has become a literary subgenre. Launched by the phenomenal success of Frances Mayes's Under the Tuscan Sun, bookstores now burgeon with nimble, witty accounts of this clash in cultures-Americans trying to do American things in Italy and bumping against a brick wall of tradition. Too Much Tuscan Sun is Dario's, a Tuscan guide whose client base is predominantly American, account of some of his more remarkable customers, from the obsessive and the oblivious to the downright lunatic.

The Waldensian Trunk

By turns celebratory and revelatory, the book is a bittersweet excursus through Dario's striking lineage and an uncanny alpine populace's history that endured pogroms and unspeakable prejudices for centuries.Dario Castagno is a local ...

Author: Dario Castagno

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798684858963

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During the course of Covid19's lockdown, Dario Castagno haphazardly opens an antique trunk that had once belonged to a great aunt. As he spends his solitary days going through the content of portraits and documents, it transpires a captivating microcosm of the author's surprising Waldensian heritage. By turns celebratory and revelatory, the book is a bittersweet excursus through Dario's striking lineage and an uncanny alpine populace's history that endured pogroms and unspeakable prejudices for centuries.Dario Castagno is a local Chiantigiano, as well as a proud member of the Bruco (Caterpillar) Contrada in Siena. He lives a peaceful existence in the village of Vagliagli in Tuscany. For more than a decade, he guided small groups of visitors to his favorite spots in the Chianti region of Italy where most of his books have been set. Too Much Tuscan Sun- A Day in Tuscany- Too Much Tuscan Wine- An Osteria in Chianti-Seven Seasons in Siena (with Robert Rodi)-The District 9 of Chianti (with Fionn McCann)- The Miracle of Belpoggio- The Bromide in the Soup- Brunello for Breakfast- The Year of the Chicory- Somewhere in Chianti and The Waldensian Trunk.Today, apart from writing, he entertains his guests upon request at Fattoria Tregole winery and at the HQ's of his Contrada in Siena.For more information www.dariocastagno.com
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Somewhere in Chianti

By turns revelatory, nail-biting and laugh-out-loud funny, Somewhere in Chianti is a narrative tour de force--one only Dario Castagno could deliver.

Author: Dario Castagno

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798627749648

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In his newest book, acclaimed memoirist Dario Castagno returns to his primo amore relating accounts of some of his more remarkable clients he accompanied on his tours, from the obsessive and the oblivious to the downright lunatic. Each chapter interspersed by a sundry of deeper celebratory and memorable encounters he makes in the Chianti woods, and that leads to quite the chilling epilogue. By turns revelatory, nail-biting and laugh-out-loud funny, Somewhere in Chianti is a narrative tour de force--one only Dario Castagno could deliver. Dario Castagno is a local Chiantigiano, as well as a proud member of the Bruco (Caterpillar) Contrada in Siena. He lives a peaceful existence in the village of Vagliagli in Tuscany. For more than a decade, he guided small groups of visitors to his favorite spots in the Chianti region of Italy, where all his books have been set. Too Much Tuscan Sun- A Day in Tuscany- Too Much Tuscan Wine- An Osteria in Chianti-Seven Seasons in Siena (with Robert Rodi)-The District 9 of Chianti (with Fionn McCann)- The Miracle of Belpoggio- The Bromide in the Soup- Brunello for Breakfast- The Year of the Chicory and Somewhere in Chianti. Today, apart from writing, he entertains his guests upon request at Fattoria Tregole winery at the HQ's of his Contrada in Siena.
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The Year of the Chicory

The Year of the Chicory is a worthy addition to Dario Castagno's chronicle of the land, lore, and people he's come to know over his decades as one of the region's most prominent Chiantigiani.

Author: Dario Castagno

Publisher:

ISBN: 1723706086

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In his newest book, acclaimed memoirist Dario Castagno (Too Much Tuscan Sun, A Day In Tuscany) reaches the point at which he must give up escorting tourists around the Chianti hills he loves so well. This bittersweet milestone prompts a recollection of how he first became a Tuscan tour guide (a career he essentially invented), and leaves him wondering what the next chapter of his life might entail. He finds out soon enough, in the unlikely form of an eccentric British gardener who stumbles--almost literally--into Dario's story, bringing with him a succession of hilarious accidents, upsets and misunderstandings ... as well as unexpected insights and illuminations. By the time Jonathan Radford exits Dario's life (in a manner as unexpected and disorienting as his arrival), his effect has been both unforgettable and profound. The Year of the Chicory is a worthy addition to Dario Castagno's chronicle of the land, lore, and people he's come to know over his decades as one of the region's most prominent Chiantigiani.
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From My Tuscan Window

TOO. MuCh. TuSCAn. Sun. Today, our forestieri friends, Eddie and Shirley Dye, were going to leave for Poland for a visit, and we wouldn't see them again ...

Author: George H. Russell

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1453538461

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 507

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In the fall of 1973, George, his wife, Sue, and their Italian-born two-year-old daughter Anne noticed a bent-over sign that read Gioviano and, on a whim, decided to see what lay at the end of the road. After twenty-eight hairpin turns up the side of a mountain on the flanks of the Apuanian Alps overlooking the Serchio Valley some twenty miles north of the city of Lucca, the Russell family arrived at one of the most charming and unspoiled villages left in Italy. That little adventure would change their lives forever and perhaps even the lives and future of the little hill town itself. from My Tuscan Window chronicles the experiences of the Russell family over the course of thirty-seven years in the little Tuscan hill town of Gioviano.

Tuscany and Umbria The Collected Traveler

A Thousand Days in Tuscany: A Bittersweet Adventure, Marlena de Blasi (Algonquin ... Too Much Tuscan Sun: Confessions of a Chianti Tour Guide (Globe Pequot, ...

Author: Barrie Kerper

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN: 9780307476739

Category: Travel

Page: 640

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This unique guide to one of today’s hottest tourist destinations combines fascinating articles by a wide variety of writers, woven throughout with the editor’s own indispensable advice and opinions—providing in one package an unparalleled experience of an extraordinary place. This edition on Tuscany and Umbria features: ● Articles, interviews, recipes, and quotes from writers, visitors, residents, and experts on the region, including Frances Mayes, Mario Batali, Erica Jong, Barbara Ohrbach, Faith Willinger, and David Leavitt. ● In-depth pieces about Florence and the hill towns of Tuscany and Umbria that illuminate the simple pleasures of local cuisine, the dazzling art treasures of the Uffizi, the civilized wilderness of Tuscan back roads, the many varieties of olive oil, the endearing quirks of the Italian character, and much more. ● Enticing recommendations for further reading, including novels, histories, memoirs, coookbooks, and guidebooks. ● An A–Z Miscellany of concise and entertaining information on everything from biscotti to Super-Tuscan wine, from the history of the Medicis to traveling with children. ● Spotlights on unusual shops, restaurants, hotels, and experiences not to be missed. ● More than a hundred black-and-white photographs and illustrations.

Death Under a Tuscan Sun

Too muchpressure, too much stress. Although heloved his job, the investigations and conflicts with his bosses were taking theirtoll.

Author: Michele Giuttari

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781408706022

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

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In his dark and fetid prison cell, serial killer Daniele de Robertis plans his retribution. The betrayals he has suffered haunt his dreams until, one night, he escapes. In a small, beautiful village in the Tuscan countryside a prominent lawyer and his wife are murdered. As the police inspect the scene they find nine terrifying photographs: nine women, slaughtered. It is Florentine Police Chief Michele Ferrara's worst nightmare: a case involving the untouchable men and women at the top of Italian society, a dark and powerful cult which knows no bounds, and mounting victims. Amongst a web of obsession, manipulation and violence, Ferrara must face his demons. Death Under a Tuscan Sun is an incredibly gripping and atmospheric work of detective fiction, written with incomparable authenticity by former Florentine police chief Michele Giuttari. Originally published in Italian as Il Cuore Oscuro di Firenze.

Under the Tuscan Sun

Many recipes call for too much butter; if you have a good stock, butter is unnecessary and only a little olive oil is needed to start things off.

Author: Frances Mayes

Publisher: Crown

ISBN: 9780767917452

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

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#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • “This beautifully written memoir about taking chances, living in Italy, loving a house and, always, the pleasures of food, would make a perfect gift for a loved one. But it’s so delicious, read it first yourself.”—USA Today The 20th anniversary edition of the classic, updated with a new afterword. Don’t miss Frances Mayes in PBS’s Dream of Italy: Tuscan Sun Special! Frances Mayes—widely published poet, gourmet cook, and travel writer—opens the door to a wondrous new world when she buys and restores an abandoned villa in the spectacular Tuscan countryside. In evocative language, she brings the reader along as she discovers the beauty and simplicity of life in Italy. Mayes also creates dozens of delicious seasonal recipes from her traditional kitchen and simple garden, all of which she includes in the book. Doing for Tuscany what M.F.K. Fisher and Peter Mayle did for Provence, Mayes writes about the tastes and pleasures of a foreign country with gusto and passion. Now with an excerpt from Frances Mayes's latest southern memoir, Under Magnolia

The Tuscan Sun Cookbook

Although they still can be good. a bean that must be peeled is basically past its ' prime and way too much trouble. _ J>______ '__ _ _' . ' I . . ,- 4 _.

Author: Frances Mayes

Publisher: Clarkson Potter

ISBN: 9780307953865

Category: Cooking

Page: 224

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“Tuscan food tastes like itself. Ingredients are left to shine. . . . So, if on your visit, I hand you an apron, your work will be easy. We’ll start with primo ingredients, a little flurry of activity, perhaps a glass of Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, and soon we’ll be carrying platters out the door. We’ll have as much fun setting the table as we have in the kitchen. Four double doors along the front of the house open to the outside—so handy for serving at a long table under the stars (or for cooling a scorched pan on the stone wall). Italian Philosophy 101: la casa aperta, the open house.” —from the Introduction In all of Frances Mayes’s bestselling memoirs about Tuscany, food plays a starring role. This cuisine transports, comforts, entices, and speaks to the friendly, genuine, and improvisational spirit of Tuscan life. Both cooking and eating in Tuscany are natural pleasures. In her first-ever cookbook, Frances and her husband, Ed, share recipes that they have enjoyed over the years as honorary Tuscans: dishes prepared in a simple, traditional kitchen using robust, honest ingredients. A toast to the experiences they’ve had over two decades at Bramasole, their home in Cortona, Italy, this cookbook evokes days spent roaming the countryside for chestnuts, green almonds, blackberries, and porcini; dinner parties stretching into the wee hours, and garden baskets tumbling over with bright red tomatoes. Lose yourself in the transporting photography of the food, the people, and the place, as Frances’s lyrical introductions and headnotes put you by her side in the kitchen and raising a glass at the table. From Antipasti (starters) to Dolci (desserts), this cookbook is organized like a traditional Italian dinner. The more than 150 tempting recipes include: · Fried Zucchini Flowers · Red Peppers Melted with Balsamic Vinegar · Potato Ravioli with Zucchini, Speck, and Pecorino · Risotto Primavera · Pizza with Caramelized Onions and Sausage · Cannellini Bean Soup with Pancetta · Little Veal Meatballs with Artichokes and Cherry Tomatoes · Chicken Under a Brick · Short Ribs, Tuscan-Style · Domenica’s Rosemary Potatoes · Folded Fruit Tart with Mascarpone · Strawberry Semifreddo · Steamed Chocolate Cake with Vanilla Sauce Frances and Ed also share their tips on stocking your pantry, pairing wines with dishes, and choosing the best olive oil. Learn their time-tested methods for hand rolling pasta and techniques for coaxing the best out of seasonal ingredients with little effort. Throw on another handful of pasta, pull up a chair, and languish in the rustic Italian way of life.

Living the Palio

Dario Castagno, Siena Tuscan expert and author of Too Much Tuscan Sun, A Day in Tuscany, Too Much Tuscan Wine, An Osteria in Chianti, The District 9 of ...

Author: Thomas W. Paradis

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781491752883

Category: Travel

Page: 348

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It was May 2013 when Thomas Paradis convened in Siena, Italy, with a cohort of American faculty and students to lead a two-month inaugural study-abroad program. After a harrowing journey across the ocean, students and faculty alike soon realized that adapting to a foreign culture and language would be more challenging than they expected, especially amid one of the world’s more authentic community festivals—the Palio horse race. Paradis weaves witty stories of personal discovery with a crash course on Siena and its ferocious twice-yearly horse race. As the July 2 race and its related rituals draw closer, Paradis details how he and his wife uncovered the impressive local communities that underlie the life and blood of the age-old Palio in order to better understand what drives the passion of its residents. When the race finally begins, Paradis provides a compelling upfront view of the action and the race’s aftermath, pulling in the collective experiences of his students as their eyes and minds open to seeing the world in an entirely new way. Living the Palio shares an amusing and instructional romp through Siena, Italy, as university faculty members and their students gain self-confidence, patience, and most importantly, respect for a different way of life.

Tuscany and Umbria

... Life and a House in Southern Tuscany, David Leavitt Seasons in Tuscany, Allan Parker Summer's Lease, John Mortimer Too Much Tuscan Sun, Confessions of a ...

Author: Emma Jones

Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc

ISBN: 1588433994

Category: Travel

Page: 468

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This history-rich region offers some of Italy's classic landscapes - pole-straight cypress trees lining dusty farm roads, rolling hills that stretch as far as the eye can see, fields of vibrant sunflowers, medieval villages perched on rocky spurs above crashing surf. Visit them all with this comprehensive guide that helps you explore the very best places. A largely untouched coastline and protected wild areas only add to the appeal of this top vacation destination. Regional chapters take you on an introductory tour, with stops at museums, historic sites and local attractions. Places to stay and eat; transportation to, from and around your destination; practical concerns; tourism contacts - it's all herel Detailed regional and town maps feature walking and driving tours. Then come the adventures - fishing, canoeing, hiking, rafting, llama trips and more. Never galloped along a beach on horseback, trekked up a mountain, explored ancient sites? Also includes extensive lists of recommended outfitters, with all contact details - e-mail, website, phone number and location. Adventure Guides are about living more intensely, waking up to your surroundings and truly experiencing all that you.

Tuscan Spaces

3 From the title, the reader might think that Dario Castagno's Too Much Tuscan Sun: Confessions of a Chianti Tour Guide (2004) provides a welcome parody of ...

Author: Silvia M. Ross

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 9781442698925

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 208

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An important locus for English-speaking writers, the region of Tuscany is also well represented in the Italian literary canon. In Tuscan Spaces, Silvia Ross focuses on constructions of Tuscany in twentieth-century Italian literature and juxtaposes them with English prose works by such authors as E.M. Forster and Frances Mayes to expose the complexity of literary representation centred on a single milieu. Ross uses the works of writers such as Federigo Tozzi, Aldo Palazzeschi, Vasco Pratolini, and Elena Gianini Belotti, to seek out alternative visions of Tuscan space and emphasizes that each author fashions the region in a manner which reflects their personal poetics, background, and experiences. Theories of cultural geography, space, travel, and narrative contribute to Ross's consideration of the dualisms commonly employed in writings about Tuscany, such as country/city, nature/culture, female/male, and self/other, all of which are in turn affected by her interrogation of the local/foreign opposition that underlies the study as a whole.

Florence Chianti Siena Surroundings

How much does it cost per day? ... Seasons in Tuscany, Allan Parker Summer's Lease, John Mortimer Too Much Tuscan Sun, Confessions of a Chianti Tour Guide, ...

Author: Emma Jones

Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc

ISBN: 1588437876

Category: Travel

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Visitors have been drawn to Florence's architectural and artistic treasures for centuries - and for good reason. But, with an historical center of only half a square-mile, it can be hard to see the sights through the crowds. The throng on the Duomo steps, the lines for the Uffizi and the jostling for photos on Piazzale Michelangelo all require a good dose of patience, especially under the blistering summer heat. Fortunately, early evening offers a respite; the quieter streets and softer lighting at that time bring out the colors of the marble-clad cathedral topped by Filippo Brunelleschi's archetypal dome, the sheer immensity of the Palazzo Vecchio and the charm of the medieval Ponte Vecchio, with its shops latched shut for the night. But avoiding the lines when you enter the buildings and museums takes some preparation, especially if you arrive in the busiest and hottest summer months when the only option is to drag yourself out of bed at sunrise to beat the crowds to the 8:15 am openings. Not to be missed: * Piazza del Duomo: Famous address of the Duomo, Campanile and Battistero. * Galleria degli Uffizi: The most select picture gallery in the world and potent symbol of Medici power. * Palazzo Vecchio: Medieval town hall architecture at its most forceful. * Galleria dell'Accademia: Home to Michelangelo's David. * Via dei Tornabuoni: Even if you can't afford to buy, you'll enjoy the window-shopping on this luxury-laden street. * Piazza Repubblica: The 19th century makes its mark. * Museo Nazionale del Bargello: Florence's national sculpture museum. * Giardino di Boboli: Sculpture-packed gardens behind the museum-packed Palazzo Pitti. * The Oltrano: A warren of narrow streets filled with artisan workshops and some great restaurants. * Piazzale Michelangelo: The classic Florentine view. * The churches: Santa Maria Novella, San Lorenzo, Orsanmichele, Santa Croce, Santo Spirito and San Miniato al Monte are just some of the delights on offer. * The markets: Shopping the Florentine way. * Ponte Vecchio: Medieval bridge architecture at its most splendid. * Le Murate: Atmospheric ex-convent and ex-prison now the venue for Firenze Estate events. This guide focuses on Florence and the surrounding region, including San Gimignano, Chianti, Mugello, Upper Valdarno, Val d'Elsa, Fiesole, Pistoia, and Prato - all easily reached in day-trips. This history-rich region offers some of Italy's classic landscapes - pole-straight cypress trees lining dusty farm roads, rolling hills that stretch as far as the eye can see, fields of vibrant sunflowers, medieval villages perched on rocky spurs above crashing surf. Visit them all with this comprehensive guide that helps you explore the very best places. A largely untouched coastline and protected wild areas only add to the appeal of this top vacation destination. Regional chapters take you on an introductory tour, with stops at museums, historic sites and local attractions. Places to stay and eat; transportation to, from and around your destination; practical concerns; tourism contacts - it's all herel Detailed regional and town maps feature walking and driving tours. Then come the adventures - fishing, canoeing, hiking, rafting, llama trips and more. Never galloped along a beach on horseback, trekked up a mountain, explored ancient sites? Also includes extensive lists of recommended outfitters, with all contact details - e-mail, website, phone number and location. Adventure Guides are about living more intensely, waking up to your surroundings and truly experiencing all that you.

Food Lit A Reader s Guide to Epicurean Nonfiction

... John, 50, 250 Thorpe, Liz, 12, 114, 116 A Thousand Days in Tuscany, 102, 103, ... 237 Too Many Cooks, 38, 217 Too Much Tuscan Sun, 89—90 Too Much Tuscan ...

Author: Melissa Brackney Stoeger

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781610693769

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 350

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An essential tool for assisting leisure readers interested in topics surrounding food, this unique book contains annotations and read-alikes for hundreds of nonfiction titles about the joys of comestibles and cooking.

Great Escapes

Under the Tuscan Sun (Frances Mayes) The most popular Tuscany memoir, in which an American divorcee renovates a dilapidated old house in Cortona. * Too Much ...

Author: Lonely Planet

Publisher: Lonely Planet

ISBN: 9781743605905

Category: Travel

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THE PERFECT GETAWAY Beach paradises. Luxury hideaways. Cultural thrills. This showcase of the world's most enjoyable escapes celebrates the sheer pleasure of travel. Take time out to indulge in romantic getaways, culinary adventures, musical journeys and family holidays. Important Notice: The digital edition of this book may not contain all of the images found in the physical edition.